What I love most about this recipe is its versatility to incorporate new flavors into the batter base; just recently I made this sweet potato version in collaboration with Furniture.com to share in honor of Mother's Day.
As mentioned, the base waffle batter is made from simple pantry staples that lend well to combining with a homemade puree of your favorite seasonal fixings. The result is a light, fluffy and flavorful Belgian style waffle just waiting to be finished with your favorite breakfast toppings — perhaps maple syrup, whipped cream, nuts and nutmeg? Yes, please.
I've used this recipe to make butternut and sweet potato waffles, and think as we're headed into the height of spring that rhubarb, a beet medley or citrus flavorings would also be delicious variations to try.
Head on over to Furniture.com to find my full recipe for these fluffy sweet potato waffles— and we'd love to know, what's your favorite go-to brunch recipe?